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Category : News

COVID-19 Travel Tool Kit

The Public Health Agency of Canada has published a Travel Tool Kit which contains more detailed guidance for travellers entering Canada who are: unvaccinated or partially vaccinated; fully vaccinated (rules effective as of July 5, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. ET).

New border measures come into effect July 5, 2021

Today the Government of Canada announced that new border measures (previously announced on June 9) will come into effect July 5, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.

Canada is ready to welcome over 300,000 international students by September 2021

Come learn English or French, in person, in Canada: we are open and you are welcome!

LC Members Receive Hundreds of Thousands in Marketing Activity Subsidies and Direct Support

One in four LC members participated in marketing activities made possible by funding received through the CanExport - Associations program over the past year.

International students can receive COVID-19 vaccines while in Canada

Languages Canada began conversations late last year with federal and provincial governments to request that international students be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine while undertaking studies in Canada, regardless of their province of residence.

Two Brazilian students awarded 4-week scholarships at Languages Canada member schools

Languages Canada is thrilled that two Brazilian students have each been awarded a 4-week scholarship for an online English or French course at LC member schools ILSC and BLI, as part of a cultural contest organized by the Canadian Consulate General in São Paulo to celebrate 80 years of diplomatic relations between Canada and Brazil.

International students remain welcome in Ontario; new measure makes entry easier; vaccines accessible to students

News reports late last week that the Canadian government had received a request from Ontario Premier Doug Ford to close borders and deny entry to international students caused concern for the language education sector and students enrolled at Languages Canada member programs. It is now clear that this measure will not be pursued.

Opening the border to international students represents a lifeline for Languages Canada members

Following the federal government’s announcement that international students will soon be able to travel to Canada, Gonzalo Peralta, Languages Canada’s Executive Director was quoted in The Globe and Mail’s October 5, 2020 article, saying the opening to new students represents a lifeline for the association’s members.

Canada’s language education sector dips in 2019, Languages Canada urges government action

Languages Canada and BONARD revealed the results of the latest Annual Report on Language Education in Canada, which details the country’s performance in the year before the COVID-19 outbreak.

Minister Mendicino announces additional measures to support international students

Languages Canada welcomes yesterday's announcement by Minister Marco Mendicino that IRCC will begin issuing conditional study permit acceptance to international students who, while in their home country, enroll in online programs with designated Canadian education institutions.